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The effect of habitat fragmentation and livestock grazing on animal communities in remnants of gimlet Eucalyptus salubris woodland in the Western Australian wheatbelt. II. Lizards.

Published online: 19 May 1997

Authors: Smith, G. T. & Arnold, G. W. & Sarre, S. & Abensperg-Traun, M. & Steven, D. E.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The study examined relationships between habitat and biogeographic variables and the presence of lizard groups and individual lizard species in remnan...

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Macrofungal diversity in fragmented and disturbed forests of the Western Ghats of India.

Published online: 03 May 2006

Authors: Brown, N. & Shonil Bhagwat & Watkinson, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Despite their functional importance, little is known about how and where fungi can be conserved. It is important that we understand the consequences o...

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Understanding the importance of small patches of habitat for conservation.

Published online: 09 Mar 2016

Authors: Tulloch, A. I. T. & Barnes, M. D. & Ringma, J. & Fuller, R. A. & Watson, J. E. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Conservation activities in fragmented landscapes have largely focused on keeping remaining large patches intact, often disregarding the increasingly i...

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Impacts of forest fragmentation on species richness: a hierarchical approach to community modelling.

Published online: 05 Aug 2009

Authors: Zipkin, E. F. & DeWan, A. & Royle, J. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Species richness is often used as a tool for prioritizing conservation action. One method for predicting richness and other summaries of community str...

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Trait-related responses to habitat fragmentation in Amazonian bats.

Published online: 23 Sep 2015

Authors: Farneda, F. Z. & Rocha, R. & López-Baucells, A. & Groenenberg, M. & Silva, I. & Palmeirim, J. M. & Bobrowiec, P. E. D. & Meyer, C. F. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Understanding how interspecific variation in functional traits influences species' capacity to persist in fragments and use patches in fragmented land...

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Kelp habitat fragmentation reduces resistance to overgrazing, invasion and collapse to turf dominance.

Published online: 03 Aug 2022

Authors: Reeves, S. E. & Kriegisch, N. & Johnson, C. R. & Ling, S. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Across many temperate coastlines worldwide, kelp habitat has degraded to be replaced by alternative reef-states with consequences to ecosystem functio...

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UK insect decline and extinctions.

Published online: 16 Sep 2020

Published by: British Ecological Society

Authors: Wentworth, J.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This paper summarize the evidence for insect declines in the UK, the drivers of trends, and interventions to support the recovery of insect population...

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Seed size predicts community composition and carbon storage potential of tree communities in rain forest fragments in India's Western Ghats.

Published online: 01 Jun 2016

Authors: Osuri, A. M. & Mahesh Sankaran

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Fragmentation is ubiquitous across tropical forests and drives marked shifts in tree community composition by differentially affecting species' disper...

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Butterfly and plant specialists suffer from reduced connectivity in fragmented landscapes.

Published online: 04 Aug 2010

Authors: Brückmann, S. V. & Krauss, J. & Steffan-Dewenter, I.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Calcareous grasslands are diversity hotspots for plant and butterfly species in Europe, but connectivity of these grasslands has been reduced by habit...

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Semi-natural grasslands as population sources for pollinating insects in agricultural landscapes.

Published online: 07 Feb 2007

Authors: Öckinger, E. & Smith, H. G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

In intensively farmed agricultural landscapes, many species are confined to very small uncultivated areas such as field margins. However, it has been ...

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